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I tried out the Meany when I had some time to relax, using the lower speeds to tantalize my body into a nice state of arousal and the higher speeds to bring myself to a shaking orgasm.
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Fun Factory’s Meany is a small but surprisingly powerful traditional vibrator, and what it lacks in length and girth it makes up for in power, softness, and options. The Meany is the first completely silicone (as opposed to TPR silicone) toy I’ve ever tried, and the soft surface is incredibly appealing, while the internal motor and solid silicone top keep it from being floppy.

I tried out the Meany when I had some time to relax, using the lower speeds to tantalize my body into a nice state of arousal and the higher speeds to bring myself to a shaking orgasm. The head of this little sex toy is curved just enough to hit my g-spot, though not with as much intensity as g-spot vibrators with a more exaggerated curve.

Did I mention that the Meany has ten speeds and three vibration/pulsation programs? The speeds range from a delicate little hum to a nice strong vibration that I didn’t expect out of two AAA batteries; the programs are two different rollercoaster speeds and a pulsation program. For such a little vibrator, it certainly has plenty of options.

Unfortunately, the Meany, or maybe just my Meany, has some downsides. I found the power button (the + sign) somewhat difficult to press down, perhaps because it is covered by silicone, and the Meany was a little difficult to hold for penetration without accidentally lowering the speed (the – sign).

Worse, after only a few blissful sessions, the Meany stopped working. Having heard nothing but good about Fun Factory’s toys, I tried a number of things to fix it; the problem seems to be related to the very button I was having difficulty pressing. Placing the batteries opposite of the diagram on the toy actually allows the Meany to work; but only at one speed and it will only turn off when the battery case is opened (additionally, doing this probably isn’t a great idea anyway).

Despite its downsides, I give the Meany three stars: it’s soft but firm, non-threatening, and packs ten speeds and three programs into a small vibrator that doesn’t look like either a penis or an animal. Additionally, it’s quiet – nearly silent when used internally – and powerful despite its quiet operation. I think perhaps that I just received a lemon; electronics don’t usually break spontaneously around me.
This product was provided free of charge to the reviewer. This review is in compliance with the FTC guidelines.
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  • Tom
    Why so many sites offer the funfactory toys and at the same time there are so many reviews that there are some quality issues?

    My wife and I also had some trouble with funfactory toys. We had two of them and both stopped working after 6 month.

    Looking at the hefty price tag, I think you cannot recommend this toy at all. 
  • lamira
    lamira  
    Good review, thanks.
  • Twist
    Twist  
    Such a wonderful review I appreciate the time and effort put into it Thanks.
  • LavenderSkies
    LavenderSkies  
    Great review, thanks
  • lovehurts
    lovehurts  
    Thanks for review. I did want this one, but if it is just going to break I will pass.
  • maebey
    maebey  
    nice review!
  • A Closet Slut (aka nipplepeople)
    A Closet Slut (aka nipplepeople)  
    Great review!
  • zeebot
    zeebot  
    Thanks for the review!
  • sexydelphia
    sexydelphia  
    thanks for the review!
  • Pink Lily
    Pink Lily  
    Nice review! Sorry it didn't work out for you!
  • sugar&spikes
    sugar&spikes  
    thanks for the review!
  • AmethystQueen
    AmethystQueen  
    Wow. Their toys break easily? Not good.
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